Studio Salavaged Craft Folding Table

I’ve been in the new Steven Alan home store a few times now, and each time I leave with something new bookmarked or with a new artist or designers to check out. During my most recent visit I fell in love with these colorful folding tables made from reclaimed Sheessam wood and recycled cotton rope. Made by Studio Salavaged Craft, each one is handmade and would make an adorable table (with a tray for drinks?) or- my favorite option- paired at the foot of a bed to create a space for luggage, blankets or clothes. The colorful woven rope top is my favorite detail- it’s so cheery and fun. Steven Alan is selling a wide range of these in-store, but you can also order online and get more detail here. xo, grace


  1. Love this, didn’t realize Steven Alan had opened a home store!

  2. I loooooove this! What a beautiful little table. It reminds me of wonderful old twisted rope seat chairs, and my grandmother’s braided rag rugs, all combined in a new, contemporary, splashy set of colors. Wonderful.

  3. Sam Crothers says:

    So sweet!! They’d work with lots of different color schemes and I love the fact that they’re environmentally friendly!


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